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Sea Transport Services.
BDP Transport is a wholly-owned ocean transportation (NVOCC) subsidiary of BDP International with a full portfolio of global lanes and single-source services:

Door-to-door service - both import and export
Direct service from inland points to multiple international destinations
FCL and LCL consolidation services worldwide
Highly competitive rates through leveraged volume agreements
Selection - multiple carrier choices by trade sector
Accountability - automated booking and documentation

Control and reliability - electronic processing, online tracking capabilities, and global documentation through our customer service portal, BDPSmart.com:

  • SmartTracking - Track and trace with proactive event     reporting
  • SmartDocs - Shipment documentation exchange, visibility and tracking
  • SmartMetrics - Graphical reporting system that displays statistics for a defined period of time and matches the selected criteria
  • SmartUser Reports and SmartReports - Internet-based global reporting systems for your business and trading partners, both system-designed and user-defined

  • SmartAlerts - User-defined exception communication protocols to monitor key logistical milestones
  • Customer Correct - Event management corrective action support
  • RIQ - Global rate inquiry tool
C-TPAT certified for trade rule compliance and automated advanced cargo manifest information management
Automated Manifest System (AMS) bonded carrier with U.S. Bureau of Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
Licensed by the US Federal Maritime Commission
Hazardous cargo and perishable goods expertise
Consolidation and negotiation - FCL and LCL services to all destinations
Dedicated network - gateways and receiving stations nationwide

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